With Filmmaker Dr. Isabelle Raynauld
Clearing Negative Inner Dialogue
One of the key benefits of neurofeedback is its ability to help clear negative inner dialogue. This mental clarity allows for a broader perspective on life, enabling our true personality to shine through. By reducing mental clutter, neurofeedback paves the way for a more authentic and uninhibited self-expression.
Enhancing Focus and Emotional Balance
Smooth brain communication, facilitated by neurofeedback, is crucial for maintaining focus and emotional balance. These are essential components for reaching our full personal potential, whether in creative endeavours, personal relationships, or professional pursuits. A well-balanced mind is more adept at handling life’s challenges and seizing opportunities for growth and creativity.
Rediscovering Vitality and Natural Self
Many individuals who undergo neurofeedback training report experiencing a renewed sense of vitality and rediscovery of their natural self. This rejuvenation often extends beyond the initial reasons for seeking neurofeedback, such as emotional or creative blocks, impacting various aspects of their lives positively.
Some people find that neurofeedback sessions can make them temporarily tired, as is the case with any form of exercise. Others find it energising. It all depends on your baselines and goals.
Neurofeedback benefits tend to be different for each individual. With consistent training the new neuro-connections / pathways are integrated and become dominant over time. A healthy lifestyle does help to support the process.
Any reductions in medication should be handled by your doctor. NEVER stop taking or alter your dosage of prescribed medications without consulting with the prescribing physician.
We don’t diagnose, nor is a diagnosis required to understand the problem. We map your brain, looking for areas of over or under-activity that correspond to your symptoms, and design a brain training programme to help you move forward.
For this reason, neurofeedback is better viewed as ‘personal training’ rather than a ‘treatment’; a way to shift your mind out of stuck patterns to relieve the corresponding symptoms. Nor is neurofeedback a ‘cure’ for these diagnosed conditions; we work toward symptom resolution by resolving the underlying imbalances.
I had two strokes before I came here and my memory, concentration, and my focus and attention span were bad. I couldn’t remember much at all. After a few sessions I started to notice a difference in the way I was at home. After neurofeedback I’m doing much better, I am driving and I wouldn’t drive before. I wouldn’t communicate much and now I get out and go to a couple different groups and go into crowds. I am a teacher and now I can go back to work.
This is just a big thank you! What a remarkable treatment you offer, I have to say that the difference it has made to me is enormous. I genuinely feel much more at ease in myself and all the tension is going in my head and body. Not to mention the increase in my focus both short term and long term. I actually feel like I could make long term plans and stick to them !
I feel like I am more balanced, able to pull back from situations and look at them, look at facts more than focus on what I’m feeling. Little things happen that I react differently to. I don’t notice in the moment but very shortly after, I realise I responded in a different way without thinking about it
This is life-changing for me. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Thank you. This was a completely different experience to anything I have ever experienced before. I believe there is still a bit of work Neurofeedback wise to do in executive functioning areas and I definitely still experience some things emotionally that I think need work, but I am blown away by the difference.
I have just finished the meat of the first essay of three essays this year, having had two sets of sessions with Brainworks. The experience has been utterly extraordinary. I have loved writing it, I have loved the subject, I have loved reading, analysing what I ve written and writing down my own thoughts. I have understood, digested and focussed. I have completed this in the space of a week and half and loved every minute of it. I still have a lot of editing to do, but I do have the meat and the bones. Not only this, but recently I had a weekends training and I not only enjoyed the lectures, but I was significantly involved in the discussions afterwards and even asked multiple questions. What an incredible difference from before.